PandoraHearts, Vol. 6 Paperback – Jul 19 2011
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Jun Mochizuki is the New York Times bestselling creator of PandoraHearts and CRIMSON-SHELL. The success of her PandoraHearts series spawned an extremely popular anime adaptation.
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Meet Elliot, heir to the Nightray family and the adoptive brother of Vincent. He puts Oz in his place, and quickly secures his spot as one of my favorite characters in this series for his memorable quotes and ideologies pertaining to the meaning of self-sacrifice. We meet this awesome guy in the library, where Oz and he quickly fight over a book series, favorite characters, and where Elliot spoils the ending for Oz. Hilarity ensues. Those of us who've been spoiled will instantly feel bad for Oz.
Romance is starting to bloom this volume too! Ada-Oz's sister-seems as if she has some feelings for Gil, and Sharon x Break moments galore! Break's past is finally explored and WOW....that is all I can say without spoiling you.
And OMG Vincent is a butt. What the HECK is wrong with him? This guy, just I can't even. The plot moves forward, developing our cast and hinting even more at how twisted poor Oz is. I felt really bad for him, and I really related to his belief:
"I'm a powerless fool who tries help people to satisfy my own ego. So...what's so bad about that!? I was denied. I wasn't wanted. So the least I can do...is not inconvenience anybody."
This hit me pretty hard. I could relate to everything he said. And for Elliot to point out the flaws in his belief of self-sacrifice, really hit home for me as well. This was a powerful volume that starts out jovial enough...and then we go through heartbreak and tough lessons.
And the scariest thing is, my friends tell me I am still in the "happy moments" of this series. Like WHAT!? I don't know if I can handle this series emotionally if it gets darker and stuff...shoot. The writing is so well done and I love the characters and this is deep stuff and how can worse things happen than what I have already read?
We get a lot of information in these next volumes on the Intention of the Abyss and some serious questions about Oz`s new friend, Elliot.
I got these on time and in good shape. Thank you!